The SGA blog provides thought-provoking commentary on topical stories in sports governance, developments in the legal, regulatory and business environments, and opinions from our network of experts and collaborators.
Date: 02 July 2020
Lyndon Firth outlines some of the things to consider in both the short and longer terms as the pandemic impacts on organisations' VAT situation.
Date: 24 June 2020
As organisations embrace remote working, Chris Culbert offers tips on how to ensure security and robust practices are implemented while your staff are out of the office.
Date: 22 June 2020
As part of BDO's Covid-19 support package, Nigel Footitt highlights some of the steps organisations need to take to counter the increased risk of fraud in these times of disruption.
Date: 18 June 2020
Craig Jackson explores the steps organisations are taking in response to the pandemic and explains BDO's 'Rethink' model.
Date: 16 June 2020
Greg Rubins, Partner at BDO, introduces a series of blogs exploring the support services available to Sport England and UK Sport funded organisations in these challenging times.
Date: 18 May 2020
Sarah Nickless describes the innovative project undertaken by The Football Association to embed good governance throughout the county structure.
Date: 11 May 2020
In her final blog in this series, Imogen Sanders reflects on some of the changes to board composition that organisations should consider as they look to navigate the landscape after the pandemic.
Date: 07 May 2020
A global pandemic may not feel like the best time to make changes to your board composition. Imogen Sanders explains why board recruitment should not be shelved in these trying times.
Date: 01 May 2020
In her second blog looking at how sports bodies can react to the current pandemic, Imogen Sanders offers tips on boards' responses to crisis.
Date: 29 April 2020
In this first of a series of blogs from Perrett Laver looking at leadership in the current crisis, Imogen Sanders highlights some of the skills and characteristics that will be indispensable at the top of organisations.